Roadkill Meat is it Safe to Eat?

If you bump into something with your car and his ticker is no longer ticking then that critter can look like a pretty tempting free meal.  No one wants to see good food go to waste when with just a little extra preparation it could be sitting on your dining room table and just waiting for you to come and eat.  There are some very good roadkill and wild game recipe cookbooks on the market and it is always a wise idea to keep one close by. Let's face the facts. Salvageable roadkill meat can look just so much better on your table or in the freezer than it does left laying on the side of the street. So what exactly is roadkill? Roadkill is any animal that has been struck and killed by a motor vehicle. It is estimated that 1.5 million deer are killed annually on U.S. highways. Other large roadkill animals include bear, elk, moose, and the occasional Caribou. Smaller animals hit by vehicles include raccoons, skunks, possums, squirrels, chipmunks, armadillos, mice, frogs, snakes,

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